FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Explore The World Of Medicine
To produce top-quality movers and shakers in the field of medicine, we combine accomplished and experienced educators with state-of-the-art facilities that mirror those in use by today’s major health care providers. This is where the top medical minds of tomorrow are born.
Our stellar cast of industry professionals who teach the programmes
Prof. Dato’ Dr. Sellaiah S. Pillay DPMP AMP
Professor & Dean
Prof. Dr. Ranjith Mehenderkar
Professor & Deputy Dean
Prof. Dr. Shakila Srikumar
Learning through social responsibility, whether in-house or community-based, is essential to building character and civic mindedness.
PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPAIGN ON DIABETES AWARENESS
Learning comes from the deeply immersive experience our programmes offer through state-of-the-art studios and labs.
TEACHING LEARNING FACILITIES
- Large Lecture Halls & Small Group
- Discussion / Seminar Rooms
- Anatomy Dissection Hall
- Anatomy and Pathology Resource Centre
- Multi-disciplinary laboratories
- Clinical Skills Lab and Mock Ward
- Computer Laboratory
- Library (both hard copies and online resources such as “Clinical Key” are provided to all medical students)
- Internet services with Wi-fi
- Research Laboratories
Our vast corpus of student achievements and the glowing reviews they give us.
QIU LECTURER, MBBS STUDENT BEAT 5,000 APPLICANTS TO REPRESENT M’SIA AT ASEAN-RUSSIA SUMMIT
For any university, seeing one of their staff or students chosen as the best in a field of 5,000 is a proud moment. Well, we had two! Faculty of Business and Management lecturer Dr Paulin Wong and MBBS fourth-year student Soashwin Johnathan were among four delegates chosen to represent Malaysia at the 5th ASEAN-Russia Youth Summit in Manila, which was held in late November 2019. In other words, half of the Malaysian representatives at this prestigious international summit were from QIU.
QIU WINS 2ND PLACE AT INTER-VARSITY MEDICAL QUIZ
QIU’s medical students clinched 2nd place at the 2016 Intervarsity Medical Quiz, which was held at University Kebangsaan Malaysia. QIU’s team members fought off a steep challenge to emerge as runners-up in this 3 round competition, which featured strong participation from a variety of public and private universities alike.